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Soul Soil

Our fertility tea is comprised of leaves, roots, berries and twigs that come from the earth to nourish your womb and prepare your body for pregnancy. We understand that fertility can be a sensitive process for many, and we do not claim to cure infertility with our tea. However, we believe that these plants do help the body restore its natural equilibrium, which can increase chances of conception when we drink one cup per day, in conjunction with a healthy diet, as well as our recommended fertility plan. This tea is wonderful for anyone trying to get pregnant. 

INGREDIENTS: red raspberry leaf, nettle leaf*, red rooibos tea*, alfalfa leaf*, dandelion root*, rose hips*, chasteberry*

Boob Food

Our gentle nursing tea is a warm cup of nutrition for you and your baby. Comprised of different plants, roots and seeds, the ingredients in this tea are meant to restore the mother's body after 9 months of nourishing a growing being, as well as aid the body in producing nutritious and flowing milk for your little one. We recommend drinking one cup per day. 

INGREDIENTS: nettle leaf*, red raspberry leaf,* fenugreek seed, oatstraw tips*, lemon balm*, fennel*

BéBé Brew

Our gentle pregnancy tea is meant to nourish you and your little one. With some of nature's most nutritious herbs that are safe for you and your baby, our pregnancy tea aids healthy cell growth for Baby and replenishes Mama's reserves. We like to drink one cup per day throughout pregnancy. 

INGREDIENTS: red reaspberry leaf *, nettle leaf * , oatstraw * , lemon balm * , alfalfa leaf* , rosehips *

*certified organic

2 oz

Contains approximately 20 servings of tea

BEST BREWING METHOD: add 1 Tablespoon of tea to a tea ball in an 8 oz cup of just-boiled water. Steap for 4 minutes and serve. Remove tea bag and enjoy.


Caution: pregnant women should consult with their doctors before consuming any herbs, particularly in the first trimester of pregnancy.